Spirited Nature by Simon Wheeler

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Spirited Nature by Simon Wheeler

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Simon's book has just been published, if you go to the publisher's page there are a couple of comprehensive reviews (one by Grahame Gardner!) I can add very little other than: it's a very good read.
Here's the link to the publisher's page with the reviews.
Available from Waterstones, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo etc as a paperback or an ebook.
Enjoy.
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Now nominated for The Warwick Prize 2015. This book is available from the BSD bookshop.
:oops: 8) :P
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Well done Simon!!!!! :P :P :P

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Thank you Ian..
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Simon, your publisher's web page has disappeared.

Have they been taken over, or gone out of business?
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They're changing the website. Have been for weeks. I gather it's not going well! (Sshhh :cry: ). Their latest email to authors says it should all be sorted soon. I can still log in to it, but have to go a longer route than before:

"As you may have noticed we're experiencing some technical difficulties with the back end. Our developers are working on fixing all the issues currently. Your patience is very much appreciated."

https://www.johnhuntpublishing.com/o-bo ... ted-nature

is the link via their website

https://tinyurl.com/y7gasmrd

for the Amazon page...which also has more reviews.


(I can't say I highly recommend them as publishers though. My next book(s) will be published elsewhere).
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